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Episódio 87 - Insuficiência Cardíaca: Tratamento Ambulatorial

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Joanne, Guilherme e João se reúnem com o dr. José Carlos Lucena para falar de Insuficiência Cardíaca! Um tema super prevalente e cheio de clinicagens! Dessa vez com um enfoque na terapia farmacológica ambulatorial. Como ajustar a dose de furosemida? Qual a melhor hora para iniciar o beta bloqueador? Qual o papel das gliflozinas? Isso e muito mais!


Minutagem:

(0:35) Apresentação do Convidado Dr. José Carlos Lucena

(3:45) Diuréticos de alça

(18:00) IECA/BRA

(27:00) Betabloqueador

(36:00) Espironolactona

(40:33) Sacubitril Valsartana

(45:00) Gliflozinas

(51:40) Resumo das drogas

(53:36) Desafio da semana

(53:55) Resposta da semana anterior

(55:30) Salves


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